Your phone is your key.
If the two Teddies match, tap Yes, and you're logged in
See how it works:
No more passwords
You have gotten used to entering a password when you log in to a site. Now, logging in to sites is much simpler. You can log in to TeddyID-enabled sites by tapping just one button on your phone. That's it. No more remembering and typing passwords — even on first login. You don't need even to type your username.
Just check that the pictures on your phone and on the site match, tap "Yes" and you're logged in!
We kill passwords and usernames.
Easy to use — and secure too
You are used to believing that you have more security if you sacrifice ease of use. If you use Internet banking, you probably type the code you received over SMS each time you log in. This ensures that should an intruder have stolen your password, he still won't be able to log in to your online banking while your phone is with you. This is good for security, but it makes Internet banking cumbersome.
Now you don't need to sacrifice ease of use for security. Each time you log in with TeddyID, you are using two devices: your computer and your phone. That's why the security level is the same as when using any modern Internet bank.
Login and signup — two in one
You are used to signing up at each new site before logging in.
Now, it's easier. You have just one ID for all TeddyID-enabled sites — and you just log in. You never have to think about signing up. learn more...
Works offline too
If your phone is offline, you won't be cut off from your sites. TeddyID will automatically sense that Internet connection has been lost and will display a 6-digit code that you can enter on the site to log in.
We remember about the forgetful
If you left your phone at home or forgot to charge it, you can still log in the old-fashioned way — with your password. This is your backup login method, you may think it is not a pleasant one, so don't forget to charge your phone.
Restore easily and securely
If you were ever to lose your password, you might think it would be painful to recover it. Sometimes you have to call customer support, wait on the line and then prove it is really you. Sometimes, you have to remember and recover your username too. After going through all that, customer support usually resets your password and sends it to you by email. What if your email was hacked and the intruder uses password reset pretending to be you? He'll get everything.
At TeddyID, we did it better. To restore your access, we use two factors whenever possible. learn more...